Pacemaker 1.0.7 Released
The latest installment of the Pacemaker 1.0 stable series is now ready for general consumption. In this release, we’ve made a number improvements to clone handling - particularly the way ordering constraints are processed - as well as some really nice improvements to the shell. The next 1.0 release is anticipated to be in mid-March. We will be switching to a bi-monthly release schedule...
Ubuntu looking for Pacemaker testers
Ubuntu is looking to switch its supported cluster stack to Corosync+Pacemaker and has put out a “Call for testers”. Check out the link if this is something you’re interested in.
Pre-Announce: End of Pacemaker 0.6 support is near
Unless there are violent objections, I plan to officially stop supporting 0.6 at the end of February. Since I’ve not seeing any bugs reported for some time, it seems that anyone still using 0.6 is happy with it for their workload. Also, 1.0 has been out for over a year now and contains significant improvements over 0.6 including A unified shell that hides the XML scaffolding Migration...